Anne Hathaway is officially married, as confirmed by People. The actress married Adam Schulman in a ceremony in Big Sur, California. This was the site of Natalie Portman‘s wedding back in August, but we suspect that Anne’s nuptials weren’t as granola.
More than 100 guests were attendance for the weekend wedding held at a private estate. Hathaway wore a custom gown designed by her friend Valentino.
Reportedly, Yifat Oren was the wedding planner, who also organized Portman’s wedding. The wedding décor was inspired by nature, with many branches used to create a ceremony and reception to blend in with the majestic Big Sur surroundings, a source told People.
Shulman, 31, an actor and jewelry designer proposed to Hathaway, 29, last November after three years of dating.
When Natalie Portman showed up to the Academy Awards earlier this year wearing a ring there were rumors she had secretly gotten married to Benjamin Millepied. They officially married over the weekend at a private residence in Big Sur, California, as confirmed by US Weekly.
Photos leaked on microblogging site Twitter showed a grinning Portman, wearing ballet flats, in a tea-length, A-line dress with a sheer overlay that covered her arms and shoulders, and a long veil, in keeping with Jewish custom.
It was said to be an intimate, Jewish ceremony held at night with around 60 guests. Among them were actor Macauley Culkin and Ivanka Trump. There was also a strictly vegan menu, keeping with the bride’s diet and the guests were sent home with packets of wildflower seeds as favors.
Instead of a wedding cake, the celebration ended with French “macarons”: rich, typically meringue-based cookies were served. Natalie’s white, tea length dress was by Rodarte. Kate and Laura Mulleavy of the brand designed the ballet costumes for Natalie’s character in ‘Black Swan,’ depending on who you ask.
Natalie and Benjamin met on the set of ‘Black Swan‘ where he worked as a choreographer. In December of 2010 they announced they were engaged and expecting a child, now 14-month old son Aleph.
The Huffington Post first learned of the news and now People is confirming that Natalie and her fiance Benjamin Millepied have officially released the name of their son, Aleph. An Israeli television show first claimed to know what the little one was called back in June after Natalie gave birth. “Good Evening with Guy Pines” first reported that the couple named their first born Aleph, which is the first letter of the Hebew alphabet. Natalie, of course is a native of Israel, her birth name being Hershlag.
Aleph can also be spelled “Alef” and it’s esoteric meaning in Judaic Kabbalah means “primordial one that contains all number“. At least it has real meaning and isn’t something completely made up, like some other Hollywood baby names.